how coronavirus affects dentists
The regular season begins on September 4 for many teams.
Utica duo part of six-man third team receiving honors.
This was Delgado's fourth Telephone Town Hall meeting. One topic addressed was the struggle of area Dairy Farmers.
Drying out tonight but snow returns tomorrow
Dibble's Inn is offering takeout Easter dinners to those who originally signed up for their sit-down dinner on Sunday.
Employees at Chester's Flowers gave away free flowers to people driving by on Thursday.
New York state is rebooting the system it uses to file unemployment claims to better handle the high call volume.
An update on the amount of positive and negative cases of coronavirus in Herkimer, Oneida and Madison counties.
There’s an effort being made to ensure people of all languages are provided the information necessary to protect themselves from contracting and spreading the coronavirus.
Gov. Cuomo says although the curve seems to be flattening, it is more important now to follow the state guidelines.
Diapers for those in need
Over the next week, Care Net will be distributing diapers at all of their locations.
Customers at Utica Coffee can now add a box of Girl Scout cookies to their orders.
Golf courses are listed as non-essential businesses and should be closed, according to Empire State Development.
New positive coronavirus cases reported in Herkimer, Oneida and Otsego counties.
Police: Motorist poses no threat after driving truck on railroad tracks
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POLICE SAY 16-YEAR-OLD TYNEISHIA HENDERSON LEFT THE HOUSE OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD EARLY YESTERDAY MORNING AND HASN'T BEEN SEEN SINCE.
Economic stimulus loan program
The Goat was stuck in an overpass at the Marcy SUNY Parkway/Edic Road Exit.
Starting Friday April 10th, the empty dorms at Hartwick College will be temporarily available for the City's First Responders who may need to be quarantined after potential COVID-19 exposure.
Gonzalez, a fourth-year pro, was in his first season playing for Utica City FC.
Rain returns tomorrow
The owner of Move Breathe Live is now holding classes through Zoom.
Many are still facing difficulty filing for unemployment weeks after non-essential businesses were closed across the state.
The organization 4PetSake Food Pantry is seeing a surge in people looking for help feeding pets during the coronavirus pandemic.
Primary Urgent Care is making telemedicine services available to evaluate patients from home.
Two Common Council members are urging the city to use part of stimulus funding for a rental assistance program.
Max's Print Shop in Marcy has been making pandemic-themed merchandise for the Stanley, the Adirondack Railroad and the Utica Zoo.
After being diagnosed with coronavirus, Sen. James Seward ended up in the ICU on a ventilator. As of late Tuesday night, he was moved from ICU after his condition improved.
The Stanley Theatre has teamed up with Max's Print Shop to launch merchandise.
An 11-year-old boy from Ilion sells bait and donated some of the proceeds to help a woman make face masks for the community in Ilion.
Beaver trapped in lock 20
Village of Herkimer
A Cassville couple is stepping up to make protective masks to help fight the coronavirus.
Hidden Valley Golf Club, Whitesboro
Hidden Valley Golf Club, Whitesboro
How the Utica Zoo and local vets are making sure animals are healthy during the pandemic. Cats particularly have been found to be more susceptible to the virus than dogs.
Cooler, cloudier weather ahead
The Oneida County Overdose Response Team has issued an overdose spike alert after 20 overdoses were reported over the past 14 days.
While students are forced to learn from a distance during the coronavirus pandemic, HCCC is making sure students are equipped to learn remotely.
Children are experiencing a lot of fear, anxiety, and questions surrounding the effects of the coronavirus, but Licensed Clinical Social Worker Jennie Mazza Jones has some helpful professional advice.
The New York State Education Department has modified diploma requirements for students missing Regents exams due to the June cancellation.
Physicians Urgent Care in Rome is closing after few people seek services since they are staying home more.
Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente says there are now 121 cases of coronavirus in the county, with 19 people having recovered since being diagnosed.